The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1967 · Page 13
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8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines ' Tueiddy, Feb. 7, 1$67 Swea Citians Turn Back Burl, 73-44 SWEA CITY-PuIlIng away In the final half, Swea city rolled to a 73-44 victory over Burt In State Line basketball play Friday night. Swea City outscored the Bears 43-25 In the second half. The Trojans built a 12-11 first quarter lead and Increased their lead to 12 points at the end of the first half 30-18. Greg Larson was the scoring leader for the Trojans with 27 points. Wayne Lavrene scored 18 points to lead the Bears. BURT (44) KG FT PF TP Batt 2024 McFarland 4129 Cranston 3329 Lavrenz, H. 1032 Lavrenz, W. 7 4 1 18 Patterson 1012 TOTAL 18 8 11 44 SWEA CITY (73) FG FT PF TP Person 0101 Grolmann 2216 Lofstrom 2014 Berg 2216 Peterson 1002 Joynson 3036 Reynolds 1214 Newlln, J. 4038 Larson 13 1 3 27 Newlln, R. 1002 Farland 3117 TOTAL 32 9 14 73 Burt 11 7 7 8 43 Swea City 12 18 18 25 73 T-Rivers Girls Third, Boys 4th In Loop The Twin Rivers girls are third in the standings and the boys are fourth with identical 7-5 records (preceding action Friday night) in the Twin Lakes Conference. M. Christiansen is second in the boys' race for league scoring honors with 222 points and an 18.5 average, while S. Cran is sixth in the girls' race with 294 points and a 24.5 mark. C. Christiansen is 12th among the girls with a 215, 18.2 mark and D. Logue is ninth with a 145, 14.5 record and R. Clark 10th with a 169, 14 record in the boys' scoring. The boys are tops on offense with a 76.3 average and sixth in defense with a 68.5 mark, while the girls are sixth on offense at 53.2 and second on defense at 51.6. Pocahontas leads the girls with a 12-0 mark and Rolfe and Manson top the boys at 9-3. LuVerne And Boone Valley Share 2 Games LuVerne won the boys game, 81-68, and the Boone Valley girls won that contest, 59-53, Jan. 31 in a pair of North Star Conference contests. The win by the boys upped their season mark to 12-5 and loop record to 6-2. Coach Bryce Wlckett's boys had three over 20 points and four in double figures on the way to their victory. Doug Nelson and Rog Hanson each counted 21, Don Bristow notched 20 and Duane Will 10- and Nelson also bagged 23 rebounds as he put together a big night. Top scorer for the losers was Dave Berkness with 27. Michele Coyle canned 36 points and Linda Wilhelm got 11 for LuVerne in the girls'game, while Donna Erdman got 34 for the winners. Sentral Girls Edge Lakota In Overtime to Take 'Series' FENTON — The Sentral and Lakota girls settled things for this season here Friday night with Sentral emerging the winner of the "three-game series" between the two squads. In the season opener the Sentral girls edged Lakota by two points. Then, In the State Line Conference tournament championship game Lakota came out the victor by a one point margin. Friday night was Sentral's turn. The Satellites edged Lakota 56-54 In overtime play after trailing most of the game. In the other game played here LAKOTA GIRLS (54) FG FT PF TP Junkermeler 8 4 1 20 Leonard 6 6 1 18 Hertzke 7 2 1 16 Sleper 0030 Christ 0050 Coy, S. 0030 TOTAL 21 12 14 54 Friday the Lakota boys defeated Sentral 68-57. Lakota's girls held the edge at the end of the first half, rolling past Sentral by four points, 27-23. Lakota added seven to the margin in the third period to lead 48-37. Sentral's girls found their defense during the fourth quarter, holding the Lakota six to four tallies while chalking up 15 of their own. In overtime, each team hit for two points until Vicky Elmers scored to win the game, 56-54. * * SENTRAL GIRLS (56) FG FT PF TP Wehrspan 6 5 3 17 Elmers 10 3 2 23 Voigt 6 4 0 16 Dltsworth 0010 Blanchard 0030 Geltzenauer 0010 Krause 0030 Douglas 0040 TOTAL 22 12 17 56 Lakota Girls 14 13 21 4 54 Sentral Gilrs 11 12 14 15 56 Sentral was sparked by Vicky Elmers with 10 field goals and three free thows for 23 total points. Betty Wehrspan added 17 and teammate Theresa Voigt helped with 16. Jo Junkermeler led the way for Lakota with 20 points, while Joyce Leonard and Linda Herteke chipped in 18 and 16 respectively. Lakota boys outscored Sentral In every quarter except the fourth, but the lead was too great to overcome. At the end of the first half, Lakota was ahead by nine tallies 34- LAKOTA BOYS (68) FG FT PF TP Koppen 3206 Krominga 11 6 2 28 Madetzke 8 0 0 16 Sleper 4159 Mabus 0030 Karels 4119 TOTAL 30 8 13 68 25. They added eight more points to their lead in the third period for a score of 54-37. Sentral outscored Lakota in the fourth by six, but this wasn't enough to win. Terry Krominga led both team and game scoring with 11 field goals and six free throws for 2 8 total points. Wesley Madetzke chipped In 16 to match Sentral's top scorers. Jim Geltzeauer and Owen Kerber both hit for 16 in Sentral's score, and Les Luedtke helped with 14. * * SENTRAL BOYS (57) FG FT PF TP Luedtke Brierle Shaw Kerber Geltzenauer Mueller Marlow TOTAL 7 0 0 7 8 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 4 1 9 1 0 2 2 0 2 3 10 14 2 0 16 16 4 5 57 Lakota Boys 16 18 20 14 68 Sentral Boys 11 14 12 20 57 Armstrog Cops Sfateline Cage Title ARMSTRONG — Coach Pat Nolan's Armstrong boys basketball team captured another trophy fortheArmstrongtrophy case here Friday night by defeating Titonka 68-40 to winthe State Line Conference championship. In other action the Armstrong girls completed the sweep by turning back Titonka's girls team 07-55. Tho boys are undefeated in 10 league games while theArm- strong girls are 3-5 in the league standings. Claudia Cecil was high scorer for Armstrong with 27 points. Jane Sevold scored 18 points. Leading the Titonka team was Karen Rickless with 22 points. John Luscombe scored 23 points for Armstrong with Duyane Von Bank with 12 points were the leading scorers for Armstrong. Giesking was high for Titonka with 18 points. The Armstrong boys pulled away in the second half of action after taking a 18-10 first quarter lead and a 39-26 lead TITONKA BOYS (40) FG FT PF TP Giesking 7 4 3 18 Michaelson 4109 Kiley 0303 Bahllng 1153 Wubben 1335 Ludwig 0020 Trunkhlll 1002 TOTAL ARMSTRONG BOYS (68) FG FT PF TP Von Bank 60412 Latfey 3016 Luscombe 10 3 4 23 Rooney, Ja. 425 10 Rooney, Ji. 4028 Hardecopf 1002 Danielson 2307 TOTAL 30 8 18 68 TITONKA GIRLS (55) FG FT PF TP Rickless, K. 3 16 6 22 Cunningham 4 2 1 10 Akkerman 6 1 2 13 Harms 0040 Beenken 0030 Bahling 0060 Smidt 0040 Zwiefel 0010 Budlong 5 0 1 10 TOTAL 18 19 28 55 ARMSTRONG GIRLS (67) FG FT PF TP Ct-cil, C. 9 9 5 27 Clark 6 1 4 13 Sevold 4 10 1 18 Cecil, B. 0030 Colston OOio Nelson 0 0 5 o Helgason 0040 Marler 4119 Brener 0020 TOTAL 23 21 26 67 at the end of the first half. The Tigers outscored Titonka 16-9 in the third quarter. Armstrong hit 13 points in the final quar ter STATE LINE Armstrong JO 0 1,000 Thompson 8 2 .800 Ringtted 8 2 .800 Ledyard 7 3 .700 Lakota 7 3 .700 Sentral & 4 .iOO Lincoln Central ... 4 t .400 Rake 4 6 .400 Swe* City A 6 .400 Woden-Crystal 2 8 .200 Burt 0 10 .000 Tifonka 0 10 .000 STATE LINE (GIRLS) Scnfral 8 0 1.000 Woden-Crystal .... 7 1 .778 Lakota 6 2 .750 Lcdyard 4 3 .571 Burt 4 4 .500 Titonka 3 5 .375 Ringstcd 3 S .375 Armstrong 3 5 .375 Lincoln Central ... 1 8 .111 Thompson 1 8 .111 Vaske Scores 42 In Bancroft Win ARNOLD'S PARK-St. Johns of Bancroft rolled over A mold's Park Friday night as Steve Vaske alone marked up 42 points in the 104-86 win. Bancroft showed Us strength early In the game by hitting for 31 points in the first quarter against Arnold's Park's 17. Second and third period play was closer as Arnold's Park only 'dropped behind by four and stx tal'.ies in each quarter. Arnold's Park tried to rally in the fourth, but could only manage to regain seven points and the game ended 104-86. Little sparked Arnold's Park with 14 field goals and five free throws for 33 total points. Olhausen added 18 and Pendlebury chipped in 16. Steve Vaske was high point man lor St. John's, hitting 18 from the field and six from the line for 42 tallies. BANCROFT (104) FG' FT PF TP Farrow 12 8 2 32 Vaske 18 6 4 42 Stork 1 02 2 Meyer 0121 Nemmers 3016 Carpenter 2 01 4 Nurre 0 1 41 Kissner 1022 Dlers 7 0 3 14 TOTAL 44 16 21 104 ARNOLDS PARK. (86) FG FT PF TP Pendlebury 7 2 4 16 Olhauseen 7 4 5 18 Little 14 5 5 33 Holmes 1315 Hinshau 1335 Rldenour 1133 Fear 2034 McAmls 1002 TOTAL Pickup Bargains! 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